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28 September 2021 04:55

BWI to kickstart Global OHS Brigades Online Course

 

The BWI Global OHS Brigades Open Online Training Course is open to trade unionists and worker leaders from BWI affiliates worldwide. Lire la suite...


11 September 2021 14:42

BWI is opening its Global OHS Brigades Online Training Course to all its affiliate trade unionists and worker leaders worldwide to build trade union capacity in addressing health and safety challenges and maximising reform spaces amidst COVID-19. Lire la suite...


26 August 2021 06:46

The precarious working condition of Turkey’s forest workers and rangers took center stage after more than 200 forest fires burnt 1,600 square kilometres of the country’s forests, including villages in its Mediterranean region. The wildfires which started from July to August 24, 2021 have reportedly killed 8 people. Lire la suite...


24 August 2021 05:12

The Forest, Wood Processing and Paper Trade Union of Republika Srpska (Bosnia and Herzegovina) held recently a national assembly and unanimously re-elected Vlado Pavlovic as president. Lire la suite...


23 August 2021 06:38

Trade unionists this month helped put out a forest fire in Eastern Bosnia that threatened to engulf villages on the Veliki Stolac mountain. The region is home to the Pancic spruce, one of the oldest tree species in Europe.
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19 July 2021 08:47

A forest ranger who caught the Turkish public’s admiration after arresting those behind the theft of 2,168 trucks of sand from ancient Patara Beach in Antalya, won his battle for reinstatement after thousands of netizens condemned his arbitrary dismissal. Lire la suite...


07 July 2021 08:02

The BWI Global IKEA Unions’ Network held its fifth meeting last 30 June bringing together trade union leaders from IKEA factories, warehouses and suppliers based in Poland, Russia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and the United States.
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05 July 2021 08:00

BWI’s Dam Network and the social movements of Minas Gerais in Brasil called on multinational company (MNC) Vale to pay the government BRL 38 billion (USD 7.5 billion) to repair the damages caused by the collapse of its “Brumadinho” dam in January 2019, resulting in the death of 270 people, most of whom are members of the BWI-affiliated SITICOP-MG. Lire la suite...


24 June 2021 05:59

Five people were killed and another nine were critically injured at a construction site in Antwerp, Belgium on 19 June after a section of a school building under construction collapsed, pulling down the scaffolding supporting it. Lire la suite...